CORN ELDER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Corn Elder coy about Miami’s new defensive scheme

Corn Elder is Miami’s top returning cornerback, a senior-to-be who played three years under Al Golden and Mark D’Onofrio. As Miami’s only cornerback with more than one year of playing experience, you might expect he’d be able to shed light on the change from Miami’s previous defense to a setup that is supposedly faster and more aggressive. Pressed for details about...
Via Canes Watch
March 28, 2016

VIDEO: Miami Players Hilariously Teach Mark Richt To Ride Hoverboard

Sometimes, coaches are willing to make fools out of themselves to impress their players and show they are hip to what’s new. Miami Hurricanes head coach Mark Richt joins that long list when he got some help from several players in learning how to operate a hoverboard, one of the hottest new items being sold (when they are catching fire and being recalled). Richt and the players...
Via Gamedayr
December 16, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Miami players are teaching Mark Richt how to hoverboard and it’s hilarious

All new coaches have different ways to bonding with their teams after being hired. It looks like Miami’s Mark Richt has chosen hoverboarding as a way of connecting with some of his players. Miami defensive back Corn Elder posted video on Instagram tonight of Richt trying to use running back Trayone Gray’s Skywalker hoverboard. The item is a popular one among college students...
Via College Spun
December 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami's Elder honored by ACC for scoring controversial TD

Despite the fact that Corn Elder’s 75-yard kick return for a touchdown that led to Miami’s controversial 30-27 victory over Duke on Saturday should have never counted, the ACC named him the Specialist of the Week.Elder’s 75-yard dash capped off an eight-lateral, 46-second kick off return for a touchdown as time expired in the fourth quarter to beat the Blue Devils.The next...
Via Fox Sports
November 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami player wins ACC award for TD play that shouldn't have counted

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Miami player who scored a touchdown on a wild final play the Atlantic Coast Conference later said shouldn't have counted has earned a weekly award from the league.The ACC on Monday announced returner Corn Elder as its specialist of the week as chosen by a 14-member media panel.Elder took the last of eight laterals for the game-ending touchdown in Miami's 30...
Via Associated Press
November 02, 2015  |  Discuss

ACC honors Miami player involved in play that resulted in suspended officials

On Sunday, the ACC spoke out on the controversial play at the end of this weekend’s Miami-Duke game, punishing the officials involved in the game with a two-week suspension for missing several parts of the play despite a nearly 10-minute review (including one Hurricanes player having his knee down with the ball and multiple blocks in the back). Monday, that same conference honored...
Via Gamedayr
November 02, 2015  |  Discuss

ACC Names Miami’s Corn Elder Specialist Of The Week, Despite Botched Call

Whomever decides the ACC Players of the Week may want to reevaluate how they determine the recipients. Today, Miami defensive back Corn Elder was named “Specialist of the Week” for scoring on the wild, eight-lateral game winning kick return against Duke. ACC announces that #Miami‘s Corn Elder is specialist of the week for his part in scoring on Canes’ wild 8-lateral kick...
Via College Spun
November 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Controversial return earns Miami's Corn Elder ACC weekly award

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- The Miami player who scored a touchdown on a wild final play the Atlantic Coast Conference later said shouldn't have counted has earned a weekly award from the league.The ACC on Monday announced returner Corn Elder as its specialist of the week as chosen by a 14-member media panel.Elder took the last of eight laterals for the game-ending touchdown in Miami...
Via Associated Press
November 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wow! Miami beats No. 22 Duke with jaw-dropping, 8-lateral play

DURHAM, N.C. -- Corn Elder took Miami's eighth lateral of a wild final kickoff return and brought it back 75 yards for a touchdown to give Miami an unbelievable 30-27 victory over No. 22 Duke on Saturday night.Thomas Sirk seemingly had given the Blue Devils the win by scoring on a sneak with 6 seconds left.But in a final sequence reminiscent of California's unforgettable run through...
Via Associated Press
October 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Hurricanes' Elder, Jones drop basketball to focus on football

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Corn Elder and D'Mauri Jones will no longer be part of the University of Miami men's basketball program, head coach Jim Larranaga announced on Thursday afternoon. Both players compete for the football team but found the dynamic of participating in two sports at the collegiate level difficult. Elder, who led his high school in Nashville to two straight division...
Via Fox Sports Florida
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss
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